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    Has having

    "Has having" what does it mean? I read this on internet. How to use it?

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    Re: Has having

    Please quote the full sentence in which you read it.

    Note: 'I read this on the internet.'

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    Re: Has having

    You might be able to find a context to use it, but it would not be a common one.

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    Re: Has having

    That phrase can be used in questions.

    How has having a big family affected your life?
    How has having HIV changed your behavior?
    Has having children changed your financial state?

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    Re: Has having

    Is it used for past references? Is there anything like "Have having"? "Has having both. Have you ever landed in a situation When you thought that you had only one normal penis(sorry but that is what I read on internet, there is a guy who has two penis, so he was interviewed by media)". So now I have given you context. Please clear my doubts. Can it be used in any kind of question!

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    Re: Has having

    It's present tense, so unlikely to be used for past references. In the interview, he may have had two penises in the past, but the question is about it has affected him to the present day.

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    Re: Has having

    Ok. Like "How has having this job affected your daily routein?". "Has having this car made you put some more effort to earn some more money". We cannot say "How has having this job has affected your daily routein". Right? Past form has to be used.

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    #8

    Re: Has having

    The correct spelling is "routine".

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    Re: Has having

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    "How has having this job affected your daily routine?" "Has having this car made you put some more effort into earning more money?
    OK

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